Sunday, February 28, 2016

AAA cards Challenge #59: embossing


AAA cards Challenge #59: embossing


For my card I used translucent embossing paste to give dimension to the bubbles.

I stamped my image and sentiment with My Favorite things black licorice. I colored it with my Spectrum Noir markers,
I used the falling snow stencil from Simon Says Stamp upside down, so now it is a rising bubbles stencil.
I inked some tumbled glass  from Distress ink through it and then I applied Wendi Vecchi translucent embossing paste through the stencil.
Although I always wash my stencils there was some red left and it reactivated as I applied the embossing paste, giving some of the bubbles red outlines...it's not everywhere or too overpowering, so I'm ok with it..just ;-)

The image is from Ranger Dylusions- clearly under the sea and the sentiment is from Joy! Crafts - seashore.
I worked on Neenah solar white for the markers and adhered it all with the ATG gun to my cardbase.

For more information on the  AAA cards challenge, see this

6 comments:

  1. Love this Maaike! Such a clever idea to turn the snow fall into bubbles and the subtle touch from the clear embossing really adds to the design :)

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  2. Great card! You're so clever to use the snow stencil that way. Thnaks for the inspiration.

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  3. So cute! Love the happy accident from your stencil bleeding red. It gives is whimsical element.

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  4. Adorable!! I have been seeing more and more stencils being used in blogland!! Your wonderful card makes me wanna shop!! : )

    Patti

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  5. I love this card. Brilliant idea to turn the snow stencil upside down for bubbles. The embossing paste is the perfect medium for them. I love the sentiment as well. Thanks for linking up and playing with us at AAA Cards.

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